Quam Plures is a multi blog, multi user application built by users who care. It is a fork of b2evolution 3.3.3 and has a different focus in terms of development and philosophy. Quam Plures is Latin and it means "as many as possible" and this is the philosophy that QP is developed under - no one person has total control over any part and everyone's views are of equal importance. We are also trying to make the best CMS/blogging app out there and this means what we leave out is just as important as what we put in. The core app will be a robust blogging platform with as little bloat as possible and absolutely no spam. This blog documents my adventures in contributing and hacking with QP.
What is Quam Plures?
This plugin allows you to kill (remove) the Quam Plures toolbar so it is not displayed while allowing the install owner to choose if it can be turned back on on a per blog basis. The toolbar is only removed from the front-end blogs and not the admin.
Here Be Dragons
This post is dedicated to one of the founding Quam Plures dragons - Yabba who passed away suddenly yesterday.
You will be greatly missed in many, many ways.
R.I.P my friend
The Twitter Follow Button is a small widget which allows users to easily follow a Twitter account from any webpage. This plugin allows you to add the Twitter follow button to your site. It is implemented as a widget so you can place it in any container.
As I have just released the zRSSFeed Plugin I thought I would do a quick post to show you what it looks like with a couple of RSS feeds included in a post. I have taken a couple of feeds from the main Quam Plures website, namely the latest news blog and the codex blog. See what you think:
This plugin allows you to display RSS feeds in your posts. You can include multiple RSS feeds in the same post. To use the plugin all you need to do is add the following code to your posts:
The id is a unique identifier for the RSS feed. This can be anything you like but must be unique within your blog posts - especially if you are including multiple RSS feeds. The feed_url is the actual url of the feed you are wanting to display. Note that this is not the url of the website the feed is from but the actual url of the feed itself.